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The House That Jane Built: A Story About Jane Addams (edició 2015)

de Tanya Lee Stone (Autor), Kathryn Brown (Il·lustrador)

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Ever since she was a little girl, Jane Addams hoped to help people in need. She wanted to create a place where people could find food, work, and community. In 1889, she chose a house in a run-down Chicago neighborhood and turned it into Hull House--a settlement home--soon adding a playground, kindergarten, and a public bath, By 1907, Hull House included thirteen buildings. And by the early 1920s, more than nine thousand people visited Hull House each week. The dreams of a smart, caring girl had become a reality. And the lives of hundreds of thousands of people were transformed when they stepped into the house that Jane Addams built.… (més)
Membre:jnoone
Títol:The House That Jane Built: A Story About Jane Addams
Autors:Tanya Lee Stone (Autor)
Altres autors:Kathryn Brown (Il·lustrador)
Informació:Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) (2015), 32 pages
Col·leccions:La teva biblioteca
Valoració:*****
Etiquetes:biography, white, suffrage, woman, grade 3-6

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Readers meet Jane Addams as a young girl and follow her into adulthood as she searches for a way to change communities struggling with poverty. This informational book describes her struggles and successes as she opens Hull House. Author’s Note, Sources.
  NCSS | Jul 23, 2021 |
This book is all about Jane Addams and her amazing impact on the community through Hull House. I believe this novel will be great for primary readers and anyone who wants to make an impact on the world.
  Faith.Burnett. | Apr 19, 2021 |
- Picture book
- This is the true story about Jane Addams, the woman who built the Hull house in Chicago. She wanted to create a place where people in need could go to eat, bathe, learn, explore, and find shelter. She inspired both rich and poor people to partake in her charitable community. She united the community and inspired people to give back to one another.
- I loved this book. It is such an inspirational tale about a woman who wished to make the world a better place with her acts of kindness. She used her knowledge to help others without asking for anything in return. This is the perfect story about a strong woman who shaped history. ( )
  daugusto | Mar 8, 2021 |
The House That Jane Built: A Story About Jane Addams tells an inspiring story of a woman who utilized her privilege as a wealthy woman in the late 1800s and early 1900s to improve low income communities. Tanya Lee Stone uses beautiful imagery to emphasize the courageous soul of Jane Addams. I will be adding this book to my library, as I feel it teaches humility, perspective, and love. ( )
  mercedesgrace | Oct 20, 2020 |
I really like this book for two reasons. First, I like the way that the book is organized. I like that the book starts off with a question and explains Jane’s background and the different experiences that she had that helped to shape the creation of the Hull House. The book shows how Jane’s life differed from many of the girls her age during the time she was growing up and how her experiences left her wanting to do something to help change the world. The book ends with how Jane’s creation of the Hull House affects the world today and the many community centers around the world today. I think that including this detail helps children to be able to make a connection to the book easier and relate it to their life today. Lastly, I like the language that the author uses in the book. Two of the words that stuck out to me when she was describing the different neighborhoods in Chicago were glittery and gritty. I like these words because they help to create an image in my head about the Chicago neighborhoods at the time and how vastly different, they were. Overall, I think that this is a really good book about Jane Addams and her work that paved the way to community centers today. ( )
  hknapp2 | May 8, 2020 |
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Ever since she was a little girl, Jane Addams hoped to help people in need. She wanted to create a place where people could find food, work, and community. In 1889, she chose a house in a run-down Chicago neighborhood and turned it into Hull House--a settlement home--soon adding a playground, kindergarten, and a public bath, By 1907, Hull House included thirteen buildings. And by the early 1920s, more than nine thousand people visited Hull House each week. The dreams of a smart, caring girl had become a reality. And the lives of hundreds of thousands of people were transformed when they stepped into the house that Jane Addams built.

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